Nathan Parker McKown
M, #367, b. Nov 29, 1890, d. Dec 25, 1957
|Father*||Charles Frederick McKown b. Jun 15, 1856, d. Jul 5, 1928|
|Mother*||Harriet Emma Parker b. Dec 17, 1864, d. Mar 8, 1919|
|Charts||Hurd Descendants Chart|
Kenyon Descendants Chart
McKown Descendants Chart
McQuesten-McQueston Descendants Chart
Parker Descendants Chart
|Birth*||Nov 29, 1890||Nathan Parker McKown was born on Nov 29, 1890 at Lisbon, Grafton County, New Hampshire, United States.|
|He was the son of Charles Frederick McKown and Harriet Emma Parker.|
|Nickname||Nov 29, 1890||Nathan Parker McKown was also known by the nickname of Nate.|
|Note*||circa 1911||When he was 21 he traveled by train #5, from New Hampshire to Winnepeg, Manitoba, Canada and back.1|
|Marriage Intentions*||May 26, 1914||He and Beatrice Mabel Hurd filed an Intention to Marry on May 26, 1914 at Claremont, Sullivan County, New Hampshire, United States.2|
|Marriage*||Jun 6, 1914||Nathan Parker McKown married Beatrice Mabel McKown, daughter of Fredrick William Hurd and Florence Mariah Kenyon, on Jun 6, 1914 at Claremont, Sullivan County, New Hampshire, United States.2|
|Death*||Dec 25, 1957||Nathan Parker McKown died on Dec 25, 1957, at age 67 at Lisbon, Grafton County, New Hampshire, United States, by suicide, from a gunshot wound.3,4|
|Burial*||Dec 27, 1957||He was buried on Dec 27, 1957 at Grove Hill Cemetery, Lisbon, Grafton County, New Hampshire, United States, Find A Grave Memorial# 200623988.5|
|Obituary||Dec 27, 1957|| OBITUARY: LISBON – Nathan P. McKown, 67, died Wednesday, Christmas evening at his Lisbon home. He had been in poor health for several months.|
A native of Lisbon, he was a cabinet maker by trade and conducted his own cabinet shop. He was a member of Kane lodge, F&AM, of Lisbon and Temple Club of Littleton.
Members of the family included his wife, Mrs. Beatrice (Hurd) McKown; two sons, Kenneth H. McKown and Douglas P. McKown, both of Lisbon, and the late Sgt. Malcolm McKown, who was killed in World War II; two daughters, Mrs. Nathalie F. Morray of Thompsonville, Conn., and Mrs. Jocelyn A. Jamieson of Barnard, VT; and 11 grandchildren.
Private services will be held this afternoon at Pillsbury Funeral Home with Rev. Ashley Doan, pastor of the Congregational Church, officiating. Burial will be in Grove Hill Cemetery, Lisbon.
Tonight, Thursday, December 26, 1957, members of Kane lodge, F and A.M. will conduct Masonic services at 8 o'clock at the Funeral Home.
Information provided by the Pillsbury Funeral Home, Littleton, NH.3
|Beatrice Mabel Hurd b. May 6, 1894, d. Jan 4, 1959|
- [S802] Site - Ancestry.com, online http://www.ancestry.com
- [S131] State Of New Hampshire, Marriage Record - New Hampshire - State Archives.
- [S19] Obituary - Online, Newspaper or Funeral Home.
- [S4128] State of New Hampshire, Death Record - New Hampshire - Familysearch.org.
- [S58] Photograph of Cemetery Marker, Malcolm McKown, Colorado, United States. Also check Find-A-Grave.com, Death Certificates & Billiongraves.com.